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WEEKEND ESCAPE
Samothraki: Mysteriously alluring through the ages
By Kyriaki Vassalou
It is widely said that Samothraki, in the northern Aegean, is a mysterious island, one that works some kind of magic on its visitors. This is especially true on a summer night with a full moon rising over the top of the imposing Mount Saos.
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A journey through the cherry orchards of Pella
 
By Dinos Kiousis
If you decide to travel to the prefecture of Pella, not only will you delight in the beautiful mountains of Central Macedonia, but also in the waterfalls and blooming cherry orchards of Edessa, the region’s main city.

Kymi: A strike-beating island escape
 
Built on the eastern slope of the Dirfys range at an altitude of 200 meters and some 4 kilometers from the sea, Kymi on the island of Evia, is known as the “balcony of the Aegean.”

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ANALYSIS
GREECE-EU
Rift talk may be self-fulfilling prophecy
By Dimitris Kontogiannis
The Greek government has submitted the long-awaited list of reforms to the lenders but the initial signs do not point to an agreement anytime soon that could open the spigots of liquidity to the cash strapped economy.
EXHIBITION
ARCHITECTURE
Communist structures risk fate of Ozymandias
By Harry van Versendaal
Sofia-born artist Nikola Mihov has been documenting the fate of communist-era public monuments scattered around his homeland for the last few years, amassing a growing body of images and text.
COMMUNITY
NORMAN ATLANTIC
Survivor and Philhellene
By Lina Giannarou
Erwin Schrumpf, from Austria, was one of the last passengers to be rescued from the Norman Atlantic, the Greek ferry that went up in flames on December 28 while traveling from Greece to Italy. He was going back home after running another aid mission to Greece.
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